Melbourne earthquake: Dozens wake up with tremors
- Magnitude 2.2 earthquake shakes Melbourne
- No damage reports recorded
- Dozens of Melburnians felt tremors
Dozens of Melburnians have been shaken by an early morning earthquake.
A magnitude 2.2 earthquake at 10 km depth occurred at 4:29 a.m. Monday with an epicenter near Roxburgh Park in Melbourne’s north, according to Geoscience Australia data.
The impact was also felt in Meadow Heights, Craigieburn and Greenvale.
At least 28 Victorians reported feeling the tremor.
“Here we go again,” one person said, while another added: “Another one? Damn it ! »
Others revealed that they were awake at the time but did not feel the tremor.
No damage was reported, according to the Victorian State Emergency Service.
The latest earthquake comes 31 days after the last one which shook the town of Bacchus Marsh, Melton, Narre Warren South and Geelong.